Libyan Airlines has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Airbus for the purchase of four A350s, four A330-200s and seven A320s, thus modernising its fleet with the newest technology aircraft. The Libyan flag carrier will use the new aircraft to replace and expand its existing fleet
CIT Aerospace, a business unit of CIT Group Inc. (NYSE: CIT), a leading global provider of commercial and consumer finance solutions, has signed a firm contract for seven A350 XWBs, firming up on its prior commitment for five A350s and simultaneously increasing its order.
Airbus is first to receive airworthiness certification for a cell-phone system on board an aircraft. On 18th June 2007, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved Airbus? GSM on-board system.
The A380 Flight Test Team has received a prestigious Flight Award, recognizing the person or team that have displayed world-class professionalism in the manufacturing sector of propulsion, systems or avionics.
Thai Airways International orders more A330s for regional fleet development and reconfirms its A380 order
Thai Airways International has placed a firm order for eight additional A330-300s, taking another significant step in its long-term Airbus fleet development plan. The new A330-300s will provide extra capacity on Thai Airways International?s extensive regional network from 2008 onwards.
US Airways and Airbus have agreed to terms for the airline to buy 92 Airbus aircraft for the airline's future fleet renewal needs. Included are orders for 22 of the all-new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft. The 92 total firm orders are comprised of 22 A350-800s, 10 A330-200s and 60 A320-family